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. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, andrea tantaros, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: president "o" chalking up another first today. he became the first sitting president the address america's largest abortion provider, planned parenthood. watch! ♪ ♪ >> hello, everybody! >> i want to thank all of you. for the remarkable work that you are doing day in and day out and n providing quality healthcare for women all across america. as long as we have to fight to protect a woman's right to make her own choices about her own health, i want you to know you have a president who will be right there with you, fighting every step of the way. thank you, planned parenthood. god bless you. >> eric: okay. we know how you feel about that group, mr. president. now our viewer what is planned parenthood stands for and remember the president just said he stands behind that group every step of the way. >> if a baby is born on the table, as a result of a botched abortion, what would planned parenthood want to have happen to that c
with kimberly guilfoyle, greg gutfeld, eric bolling. and bob beckel. we are in new york city and this is the five. well, you're not going to believe the latest news on the boston terror suspects. you, the hard-working taxpayer, may have been picking up their tab. yep. massachusetts state officials have confirmed that 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev, who was killed in a shootout with police was living on tax-pair -- payer funded welfare up until last year. both brothers grew up on welfare with their parents in massachusetts. so there you have it. taxpayers potentially funding jihad. greg, this brother living off welfare with his wife. also both brothers grew up on welfare. if you could get in a boxing ring and if you could slug it out, don't you think could maybe get a job? >> let's face it, a lot of criminals in the united states are on welfare, so this isn't a big surprise. but we have heard of state sponsored terror. the united states is now a state that sponsors terror. it sponsors its own terror. and, frankly, welfare is no different than tenure. we already sponsored terror
women had listened because someone did, my wife. >> kimberly: i'm kimberly guilfoyle along with our panel and it's 5:00 in new york city and this is the five. >> kimberly: yesterday we told you a radical professor at usc who trashed republicans. we get an update from the school and tell you about in a moment. but first, let's start with another university controversy, here on the east coast. harvard has hosted legends over the year. winston churchill spoke and president kennedy spot and mother theresa in '82. here we are in 2013 where they have invited a sexist, named higga. here are some more. >> [ bleep ]. >> you know who you [ bleep ]. >> should have have the money, take 20 [ bleep ] that's my life ♪ ♪ and clean [ bleep ]. >> you know to our resident rap expert. dana, you studied rap extensively bob. >> i'm a long time historian on rap music. i never listened to it once? >> this guy is clearly, all those nasty things you talk about. it's harvard. these people invited all kinds of whacko. >> greg: they invited you. >> bob: i protested. but i wouldn't agree with thing this punk
hoenig and kimberly guilfoyle and julie radinsky. first mandatory background checks gaining supported from both sides of the aisle. who in the world is going to pay for those background checks, kimberly, this is going to coch us a lot of money. >> kimberly: is tgs going to cost a lot of money and what about the background checks that are already in place. the states bearing this burden. we want to see, where is the value-added benefit from doing this extra layer putting forward the extra costs. apparently they have been able to get these individuals to sign on to it. there was courting on joe manchin's vessel the called the black tie. >> eric: big boat ride. all of a sudden a bunch of republican senators said, maybe we'll sign on to that. jonathan, everything new idea, every new background check rule and regulation ends up costing the people who are the consumers costing us a lot more money. >> eric, exactly, whether it's healthcare or finance or guns second amendment, regulation punishes innocent people. this is preventative law that says to a lieu abiding citizen, exercising your se
kimberly-clark. they didn't seem to be inclined to boost the dividend any aggressive way. they seemed reluctant to recognize they had more cash than they needed and the excess cash belongs to the shareholders which is what the great companies are doing now. now, this -- dividend boosts brought the stock up to the hallowed 3% yield that has attracted many. the decision to return more capital via the buyback than anyone i know working for is quite frankly terrific. both should create a floor for the stock that's not much different from the floor that many other 3% yielders have. hey, listen, what can i tell you, it's still just a stock. but it's the third reason that the stock's been going down that worries me and is why i think you're not going to see it up huge tomorrow. the lack of innovation. yes. it is true, as cook said, that the iphone and ipad continue to have strong performance. even though the mac wasn't so good. but everyone knew mac wasn't so good. kind of surprising the iphone wasn't as good as it was. but the strong performance that cook alludes to is regarded as no longer
rogers and john thon and kimberly and july and welcome everybody. we'll get to michelle in a moment. and the cost of immigration. , mandatory background checkings for all gun owners gaining support. dc is debating if it is unconstitutional. who in the world will pay for the background checkings. kimberly, it will cost a lot of money. >> it did. did anybody think about want cost of the that and what the background checks always in place. where is the value-added benefit and putting forward extra costs? they have been able to get individuals to sign on to it and there were courting going on joe manchin to get them together. >> a big boat ride and all of the sudden, republican governors senators, signing on to that. >> eric: johnathon every rule and regulation ends up costing the people who are the consumers and costing us more money, right. >> exactly . whether it is in healthcare or finance or guns, the second amendment, regulation punishes innocent people. this is preventative law to an honest law-abiding citizen who want to exercise the second amendment right. no, you have to pay a
] >> kimberly: that was the president memorial victims deadly explosion last week. we will take a break and come back with a show for you. all five presidents presidential library opening in dallas. dana per perino was there. she is going to tell us all about it next. stay with us. ♪ [ male announcer ] we all have something neatly tucked away in the back of our mind. a secret hope. that thing we've always wanted to do. it's not about having dreams, it's about reaching them. ♪ an ally for real possibilities. aarp. find tools and direction at aarp.org/possibilities. >> kimberly: hello, everyone, i'm kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel. dana perino joins us life from texas where history was made today. all five living u.s. presidents gathered together for the dedication of president george w. bush library. 5:00 in new york city. 4:00 in dallas. and this is the 5:00. -- is the five. ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: it was a rare reunion the of the world's most exclusive club. bush presidential center opened on the campus of southern university. >> mr. president, let me say that i'm filled with admiration for you
people injured, some hospitalized. the driver has been arrested. kimberly terry is live at the scene with more. kimberly? >> reporter: you can see where the car went inside walmart. that area now boarded up. customers say it was chaos inside the car after that crash. it was so loud, in fact, some people called in 911 reporting gunfire. police say there were no shots fired. about 11:15 this morning, police say the suspect drove through the parking lot hitting cars, then it went through the the double sliding glass doors into walmart. once that car came to a stop about 30 feet inside the store, police say the suspect got out, picked up a blunt object, and started hitting customers with it. >> i heard this big crash. it's like, what was that? so i'm like looking around. all the sudden, i see these people screaming and running with terror on their face. i had no idea what's going on. i'm asking these people, what happened? what happened? they're all screaming and running toward the exit. it was like, what the hell is going on? >> reporter: police say no one was actually hit by the car, b
,ñr there was also a big party at at&t park. nbc bay area kimberly terry is back. we begin with henry wolford with more. >> reporter: happy new year, you know, baseball fans have been waiting to hear two words, play ball. and today they got their wish. the world series champs opened the season in their rival's back yard, out the los angeles for the giants/dodgers ball game. plenty of things to do out there. fun under the sun, clayton kershaw, ready to go, brandon belt goes down swinging in the second. kershaw, complete game, four hits, 7 strikeouts, guess who goes wide? kershaw, first pitcher to hit a homer on opening day. dodgers win, 4-0. >> i mean, you know, you look forward to a challenge. because you know, obviously it is one of the best in the game. he has had a lot of success, you look forward to the challenge. >> you know, kershaw never gave us a chance to do much at all today. and that is typical for him. we'll have to find ways to kind -- find ways to get runs off of him. you know that is what you expect from him. >> no reason to panic, still 161 games left. by the way, giants and d
and that technology just might find the folks behind this tragedy. bill hemmer now. >> kimberly: hello, everyone, i'm kimberly gill film and this is a fox news alert. first time from two days about to get a briefing on the boston terror investigation. we hear that they are about to release a video they have not told us what's on it, just what they will be releasing on today. while we wait for that, let's go to fox news bill hemmer live in boston with what we know so far today. bill? kimberly, good evening, keep the screen split and let you know as soon as the fbi begins the press conference. we shall be quiet and listen. we expect the fbi to release some sort of video that captures the bombing suspects, that is plural now, whether that's two or more than two, we do not know but we may find out very soon here. i say expected because the fbi can change their mds at the last minute. this is a very hot investigation. we expect them to release this video to all the television networks the same time, so, we will wait and watch it together and kimberly i think it will be fascinating to see whether the vi
. >> you're not, kids, you're not. >>> hello. i am greg gutfeld with kimberly, bob beckle and easy bake oven for meth. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." exploring the brotherly bond. that was the title of another cnn segment on the bombers. it had more cheesy photos of the dead one. seriously, what is with cnn's obsession with beef cake bombers? does ted turner have a fetish for men in trunks? exploring the brotherly bonds of terrorists is like looking at the health benefits of cyanide or nerve gas. do you think they explored the mother-son bond? the media predetermines that the guns are evil. when terror strikes the media humanizes the heathens giving the defense lawyers a head start. a top defense lawyer is already there showing it is way cooler to defend evil than to prosecute it. cnn hawked a film called the reluctant fundamental list about a man who changinged after 9/11. not from the attack, but from being profiled. the implication is that profiling for potential terror is no better than terror itself. fyi, there is no such thing as a a -- reluctant fundamental list
and still no one is in custody that is considered to be a suspect. >> kimberly: the police commissioner said it's most complex crime scene in the history. department. they are gack information and gather cellphone videos and that type of thing to engage the public to recover some of that. >> reporter: i find it remarkable. during the briefing today. we're awaiting on the f.b.i. in a couple of minutes. the briefing earlier today when they appealed at least half a dozen times, openly and publicly for the public's help. if you have a picture, if you you have video. they wanted to talk to you. if you have seen anything, they wanted your information. i thought it was telling because they were so public and outward with this. they were at the airport at logan international asking people that had flown on the race to show it to police before they got on the planes. >> bob: can you give us an update on the saudi student and they looked in his apartment and there was an interview by his roommate. they were in there for four or five hours. do you anything more about that? >> reporter: i can tell you t
after the suicide of a south bay teenager. >> i'm kimberly terry live in san jose where the first road work will begin tomorrow morning on the b.a.r.t. extension. i'll tell you how drivers will be impacted coming up in a live report. >>> also, a piano store's swan song. why the owners decided to sell some stores and close others after nearly a century and a half in business. >>> good evening. i'm diane dwire. >> i'm terry mcsweeney. a big heads up for san jose commuters. tomorrow morning construction begins on the long awaited b.a.r.t. extension to the silicon valley. traffic will be impacted along haas tetter road between thicken jer and lundy avenues. kimberly terry is near the construction site with details on what drivers can expect as the project gears up. >> reporter: i'm standing on some old railroad tracks that will eventually become the b.a.r.t. line through san jose. construction on haastetter road between lundy and slickenger avenues will begin monday. the first major work being done in san jose for the south bay b.a.r.t. extension. there will be a temporary lane shift to th
with kimberly tere outside at&t ballpark where fans are still celebrating. kimberly? >> reporter: it seems that party has moved from being inside at&t park to some of the restaurants and taverns around the ballpark. take a look now. there was nothing but smiles out here as tens of thousands poured into the park ready to see the world champs play the first game of the season at home. >> opening day i just get a warm feeling inside. >> reporter: filled with anticipation, fans packed at&t park for the sold out giants home opener today against the st. louis cardinals. >> and this is just fantastic. we love to see zito pitch and we love the giants. i've watched them since i was a kid, since willie mays. >> this is the most exciting thing that's happened to us. >> really? >> we're from merced, california. this is our first thing in the whole world to do. >> reporter: and for so many this game is about more than baseball. it's family tradition. >> my son and i have been coming out for 27 years consecutively. i told him as long as i'm alive we'll still be doing it. >> i don't know if i remember th
rich. that is a liberal policy. >> what a life. kimberly, let's start with you. you have talked a lot about ronald reagan and influence he had on your life. when you were growing up in that time, you really couldn't know ronald reagan without also getting to see the life and times of margaret thatcher. your thoughts on her? >> what an incredible iconic figure. this is someone who inspired me personally as a woman in politics, in law, knowing that there wasn't anything that i could couldn't. that a man wasn't doing that i couldn't do or do better. she was formidable. in the way she stood shoulder to shoulder with ronald reagan, with the u.s., really such a large part of the puzzle of how we were able to achieve so much in foreign policy during that time in reagan's presidency. she is really someone i admire greatly. >> the other thing i wanted to ask you, kimberly is about women in politics. a lot of people today say there it are not enough women in politics. i would agree. at the time you saw this woman who was leading the world. leading the fight against communism. who what did that
i'm dana perino with kimberly, bob beckle and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the 5". >> at 2:50 p.m. this afternoon the city of boston stopped for a moment of silence marking the first time the bomb exploded near the finish line of the boston marathon a week ago today. also today, mourners gathered for the first funeral for one of the bombing victims, crystal campbell who was laid to rest. there will be a memorial service tonight at boston university for 23-year-old graduate student lou ling ze. another memorial for martin richard and another later this week for mit police officer sean collier. all lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attack. prosecutors chornlged the suspect of one count of using a weapon of mass destruction and one count of malicious destruction of property. this as the white house says he will not be tried as an enemy combatant. we are going to you first, kimberly. there has been a lot of questions leading up to today's announcement from the administration that they will not charge him as an enemy combatant. does that mat
correspondent kimberly howell, who has been monitoring from there. about an hour ago you were saying that you felt that the fbi and law enforcement officers knew far more about the suspect van they were letting on. that appears to be the case. in the last few minutes we have decided to reveal what ap has been saying, that the two suspects are brothers from chechnya. >> in deed, brothers from chechnya. we believe their approximate ages, in their early 20's. possibly one of them, possibly suspect number two, who now has been named dzohkar tsarnaev, if i am pronouncing it correctly, may even have a massachusetts driver's license. one ofnow that he was the persons in the vehicle, that carjacking that took place where there was the shootout with police, or suspect number one, who has not been named and who is now deceased, and suspect number two remains at large as a result of that shootout. police have been for many hours looking for the second suspect. it is not clear, though -- his brother, we now know, sustained very serious injuries, especially to the torso, possibly from a massive explosion
over the past year. nbc bay area's kimberly terry is in san francisco with more on what's happening tonight. kimberly? >> reporter: diane, it's a call to end the violence. sisters of perpetual indulgence and castro community on patrol will be targeting this area of the city tonight handing out safety information and offering advice. they also plan to give people whistles they can use to call attention to themselves if there is, in fact, an emergency. the groups say they are concerned about crime in the castro and are hoping the san francisco police department will join them tonight as they head into bars and restaurants to distribute the anti-violence materials which include personal safety tips. >> a lot of people come to the castro to have good fun. unfortunately, there are people who also come to prey on that. and so we want people to be prepared and to arm themselves with knowledge. >> it's interesting, we've been doing this for six years. we have passed out over 70,000 safety whistles and every time you hand a whistle to somebody, they've never heard of it before. so the respon
:20 eastern on the fox business network, and the five is next. >>> hello, everyone. i'm andrea with kimberly, bob becker, and air boling and jesse waters. it is 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >> well, we hope that all of you had a happy easter. millions of americans went to church yesterday including president obama. most of you probably didn't hear your priest or your pastor imply that half of the country were racist, massage nistic bigots. that was the easter sunday sermon for the president. the 63-year-old master at st. john's episcopal church in washington, d.c. used his pulpit to deliver a scathing attack on conservative christians. as reported by several muse outlets, he said, quote, it drives me crazy when the captains of the religion right are always calling us back, for blacks to be back in the bus, for women back in the kitchen, for immigrants to be back on their side of the border. and so i'm guessing, eric, this was a very different message than you heard yesterday in church and a lot of us out there. it does seem to mow on a day of inspiration and arguably the hol
thought. >> right now, the five is next. >> hell, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle. with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." >> you are looking live at the denver police academy, where president obam is making his latest push for stricter gun laws. we will have more on that in just a minute. but first, stunning video of former rutgers university basketball coach mike rice, physically and verbally abusing his players. the video shows coach rice firing basketballs at players, hitting them in the back, legs, feet and shoulders. he was heard screaming obscenities and gay slurs at his players. >> rutgers saw the video in december and suspend rice 3 games and fined him $50 thousand. but today, after the video went viral, rutgers fired the coach. what did they wait for? if he was good enough to fire today, why didn't they do it before? >> obviously, because it got to esfn and a lot of people. this story infuriates me. we are in the middle of political correctness to disagree with people or one another or kids. our culture's in decline, but this is an examp
. it will get ugly. see you tonight. >> hello, everyone. i'm greg gutfeld along with kimberly guilfoyle and dana perino. it's 5:00 in new york city and we're the third prime number. >> california republicans i just showed you 30% of registration in the state because they are really stupid and racist. >> 82% white. the republican party as i say in california all the time on the record in print and on radio and on tv is the last vestige of any angry old white people and that's what it is. >> the radical professor pinko for short. only come out when it's safe. meek students on comfy campuses dissent intimidation and threat of bad grades. do you think this guy is unique at columbia or berkeley he would be considered a right winger. i credit the young student who caught the progressive parrot on tape at its poly polywhs class. take another look at what passes for incident logical rigor. >> a person is less likely to change his mind about anything is an old white guy. old white guys are stubborn son of a [bleep], they just are. >> i don't think many swing voters ann romney. she looks like she is from
right now. the press conference that was supposed to take place right now has been postponed. kimberly, i want to get your thoughts on what you could or would expect them to be doing behind the scenes. could they maybe not want to alert the suspect or suspects by holding a press conference like this? maybe they want to hold back their information. what's going on behind the scenes with law enforcement? >> i think there may be some late-breaking developments in terms of if they have a specific suspect, which it sounded like they did earlier. perhaps they weren't ready to make a move or statement on it. we don't know if there is one or two persons involved in this. they have received 2,000 images that they are currently analyzing from the public based on the public plea they made yesterday. there is a lot of rich forensic information to go through. you had all those people out there crime scene investigators capturing things supposed to be moments from family members that turned into this tragedy. the fact that they were able to recover so much of this bomb as well is going to be very he
, tennessee. makeup artists, a band and a room full of cameras. because reid, kimberly and neil are no longer just any family. they're the sister and brothers that make up the band perry. but if that band doesn't ring a bell, the song probably will. ♪ lay me down on a bed of roses ♪ ♪ sing me the river at dawn ♪ ♪ send me away with the words of a love song ♪ >> i have two daughters 6 and 10. they know every word to that song. and i hear it over and over. i was so excited. >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: you wrote that correct? >> i have. i have so many mothers say i don't know that i like my sids knowing that song. but it's about making the most of every moment that we're here. >> reporter: words to live by as this trio rides high on two grammy wins, a stream of country music awards and a growing list of hit songs all in under three years. ♪ >> you all come in. >> "nightline" went on the road as the band went back to their hometown of greenville, tennessee. >> we've been playing shows pretty much almost every single day. >> reporter: on this rainy night, they're headed home to give a
to conduct our own comparative sketches with the help of our "gma" intern kimberly and bethany, a lawyer from new york city, take a listen as bethany describes herself to our sketch artist, gill. >> tell me about your hair. >> it's not very voluminous. >> tell me about your nose. >> it's just big. i think i have big earlobes. >> now as kimberly describes her. >> she has nice teeth. >> tell me about her nose. what is that like? >> it was narrow, straight, thick hair. >> kimberly, i mean you in a nutshell described beth as very pretty. do you consider yourself pretty? >> i think i'm averagely fine looking. >> what would you say are your biggest insecurities? >> definitely weight like i would say most women. >> when kimberly was try describing you the first thing she said as trim. it was finally time for the moment of truth. how did those sketches turn out? one, two, three. >> oh, wow. so weird. >> in a way, kim ler by who you've known for ten minutes sees you more accurately than you see yourself. >> i definitely true that we're our own worst critics, of course, but it makes me feel really good
director, kimberly hayes. hi, kimberly. >> hi. >> thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me, brend. >> my pleasure now and when did you become the executive director of the complex? >> a month ago. >> oh. >>> march 4th was my first day there. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> and now to the area and dog. where are you from? >> i'm from new york city. >> new york city. all the way to san francisco. >> yes. >> an improvement, isn't it? >> of course. >> and it is best weather. >> and what is your vision? now that you have taken over the executive director. what would you like to bring from new york to san francisco? i know that new york rules the world when it comes to earth. you bringing that with you. >> and that is my experience and background. some of the images i have seen in some of the other art capitals of the world like paris and new york. >> yes. >> and trying to develop the programs in the center and to bring a different cache and take it to the next level. our executive director did a wonderful job with the center. >> yes. >> and getting it to where it is
, especially since there was a spike in burglaries. hello, kimberly. >> reporter: hello, diana, whistles were handed out with the hopes that some of these incidents will deter crime. with the castro community on patrol, they are focused on curbing crime. >> a lot of people come here to have good fun. unfortunately, there are also people who come to prey on that. so we want people to be prepared and to arm themselves with knowledge. >> tonight, they teamed up to hand out safety packets. >> for your key chain, a safety whistle, with safety information on it make sure to keep it with you at all times, if you need help, blow. >> it sounds like such a simple thing, it works. i, myself, was attacked, and had the whistle. just the huge piercing noise of it drives people away, but it is also a way to get help. >> this is not a new program, but in fact, around for decades, he is a gay rights activist who was also an intern for harvey milk. >> there were a lot of stray kids coming into the neighborhood to beat gay people up. we organization, we had an organization called the butterfly brigage. >> he no
. at the time, i liked kimberly clark. i told him i thought this would be great. he agreed. almost immediately it went up eight points. i had a winner. so i called him and i said, bob, incident to ring the register and sell the shares of kimberly clark. i thought he'd thank me. but he was furious. he told me i said kimberly clark was great for the long-term. then he questioned my integrity, wanted to know if i was trying to churn him, a horrible charge meaning i was just trying to generate commissions off the guy. i was scorched. but he did treat me a great lesson. if you don't want to turn a trade into an investment because that's usually a sign that use basing a loss and trying to cement why you're in it. you don't want to turn an investment into a trade. if you have a good one, let it run for heaven's sakes. kimberly ultimately doubled and i was vindicated. a lot of my business involved contacting the people who had just come into a great deal of cash. they tend to be rather unsophisticated about the cash management. i regarded my first job as listening to their needs, trying to figure out
bay area's kimberly terry spoke to the soldier's mother about the honor and joins us from mountain view with her emotional story. kimberly. >> reporter: raj, come saturday, this post office on hope street will officially be known as the kenneth and ballard post office. this is due in large part to his mother's crusade to keep his memory alive. >> in some ways it seems like it was yesterday. >> reporter: it has been nine years since she lost her only child in the iraq war. in may of 2004, u.s. army first lieutenant ballard was killed after an accidental discharge of a weapon mounted on his tank. >> if you ask a question, what do you want most? we just don't want our children to be forgotten. >> reporter: this will become the kenneth and ballard memorial post office. >> it will be obvious and present that people will be able to see it. it wouldn't be in the back room. >> reporter: meredith says she hopes people who see her son's name on the building will take a moment to ask the simple question. >> who is this, who was he? hopefully they will be proud he was a citizen of mountain vie
. the guy sitting right here was the cio of kimberly-clark, an old friend of mine. so i asked him how many servers per employee he had, and he said we had 0.4 and headed for 0.2, proudly. ok, who do you think is sitting at 30 to one? facebook. would you think is sitting at 50 to one? for your technical people in the room, do you think they are operating inefficiently? no, i do not think so. furthermore, do you think that they are using all those servers to serve up web pages? no. right? these are truly information- power businesses. at the end of the day, my opinion -- lots of people may share this -- is all companies and that being information companies. all companies and of being software companies. i just did he know speech for a large german car company that you may know, that is clearly when you start realizing what they are trying to do, right -- it is really can we use all this cloud technology to takeoff structures down and across this down so now, i can change and 8% spent on a bunch of stuff that other people can go due to 80% i get to build applications, which power a very diffe
? -- proctor? how about the exs in kimberly-clark, even though they were on "the tonight show" last night saying things were all right. it doesn't matter, lemming, hey, sell some coreex, too, they make products used if your kitchen and bathroom. what about if pepsico could be another proctor? the future is pretty darn bright. could the be an opportunity? or is that way too glib given that the world is suddenly coming to an enfor these packaged good stocks? here's why. eeven hershey's was clobbered. jump first, ask questions later. maybe even even bother to ask questions given how those stocks were performing until today t. market is filled with haves and have nots. the haves are that smaller group than the have nots. and not all groups are experiencing this lemming behavior. panera is down in the first quarter in multimillion years it did get a raise in the forecast, starbucks and mcdonald's both had a good day. maybe that's because they are perceived more like young brands, which is up $4.50 because of china. how does this explain chipotle. surely it didn't hurt stanley works or maskco.
will be the epicenter of the traffic mess. again, it all starts tomorrow morning. nbc bay area kimberly terry is at the construction site with more on the project. >> reporter: terry, take a look. this is what traffic looks like. construction between lundy and flicken jer avenues will start tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. drivers will notice a temporary lane shift to the south and a reduction in traffic lanes from three to two lanes in both directions. >> there will be some delays during the peak commute hours. we'll be having about two-thirds of the capacity. so commuters traveling to work or commuters taking their kids to school should allow a little bit of extra travel time just to make sure that they can traverse this area safely. >> reporter: this is the first major road work being done in san jose for the south bay b.a.r.t. extension. crews will be digging a trench for future b.a.r.t. trains below the road. a lot of work has been done to the eutilities to prepare the area for construction. road work is expected to tie up drivers for up to nine months. b.a.r.t. is, of course, hoping once i
throughout the bay area. kimberly terry in san jose where people are outside and most, including hopefully you, are loving it. >> i am enjoying the sunshine. people heading into the shark tank are also enjoying sunshine, enjoying being warmed by it before heading to the icy shark tank. spring feels more like summer and families are taking advantage of mother nature's break. in downtown san jose today, there's no shortage of kids out here enjoying the the sun and water fountains, which are on. parents say it's a win-win. there's plenty of shade for them and water for the kids. >> it's hot. >> do you enjoy it out here. >> i enjoy getting wet. >> this is fun for them. it's fun, it's free and keeping them nice and cool. >> it's pretty nice, pretty good. >> surprising for april? >> yes. >> we saw a the lot of people finding shelter with big water bottles. two important things given the heat. another thing to keep in mind, sunscreen. live in san jose, kimberly terry, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, kimberly. we're going to check in with anthony slaughter about that spectacular weather. it's sup
in a parking lot on center road just blocks away from kelly park. nbc bay area kimberly terry at the scene with the latest. kimberly. >> reporter: terry, you can see investigators are still out here. police say they started getting calls about this incident at 2:45 this morning. this is just a couple of blocks from historic san jose cultural center and san jose municipal stadium in a business park. investigators say there was a rave going on nearby, but the man's body was actually found in a parking lot. >> when we arrived there were approximately 40 people outside who were detained briefly and interviewed to determine their involvement. we located 40 people inside the nightclub who had barricaded themselves inside. we eventually extricated those people and interviewed them. >> reporter: no arrests have been made, and the motive for the shooting is still being investigated. police say they do want to hear from you if you know anything about this shooting. this is the city's 11th homicide this year. live in san jose acres kimberly terry, nbc bay area news. >> thanks very much. >>> in oaklan
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the ricin scare, we turn to kimberly kindy, who is covering the invesitgation for "the washington post." and marilyn thompson, washington bureau chief for reuters and author of "the killer strain: anthrax and a government exposed." i spoke with them a short time ago. welcome kimberly kindy and marilyn thompson. kimberly, tell us what's the latest we know on this what's turning into a very odd investigation. >> it is, that's for sure. well, today f.b.i. went to the former karate studio of the person who they are now focused on whthey arat least -- we can say they are investigating and that's james everett dutschke. the bizarre twist kind of is for that yesterday after they dropped charges against kevin curtis, he and his attorney actually pointed their finger at mr. dutschke and said that they thought he framed them. whether or not there's other evidence out there that is causing them to focus on mr. dutschke, i talked to his attorney and they said they are unaware of any other evidence that would have caused them to nowe lookg at him. >> ifill: but these two men have had some conflicts
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